ISO 14001: 2015 – Become an Auditor/Lead auditor third part IRCA

Auditors Certification facilitates competencies harmonization and audit methodologies for internal needs, assessment of suppliers or conducting third party audits. It enables the auditor to validate it knowledge of ISO 14001: 2004, audit management, and obtain a certificate recognized internationally.

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Training Information

  • Duration:

    5 Days

  • Prerequisite:

    To complete this course successfully, it is recommended to previously know the bellow management principles and concept: • The cycle Plan, Do, Check, Act • The relationship between environment management and its impact and effects • The requirements of the HLS structure • Knowledge of the ISO 14001:2015 requirements. You can acquire this by taking the training course ISO 14001/environment management system

  • Additional information:

    This course is registered by IRCA (Ref.: A17913) Number of participants: Minimum 4 – Maximum 10 We also propose a third party auditor IRCA training according to the standard ISO 14001: 2015 (3 days)

Dates and Locations

Find sessions of our trainings
November 10 - 14
November 6 - 10

Pedagogic goals:

 · Conduct EMS audits according to ISO 14001:2015 in line with ISO 19011 and ISO 17021.

 · Acquire the tools to perform audits for your suppliers · Master the tools and methods of third party certification bodies IRCA 


 · Environment Management System – What is about and why, including HLS structure.

 · What is an audit and why audits are necessary 

 · The risk based audit approach

 · ISO 14001:2015 – purpose and requirements of the audit point of view

 · Plan and conduct an environmental audit · Communication during the audit

 · Audit added value and monitoring report 

 Persons concerned:

 Environmental managers, consultants, internal auditors, anyone willing to become IRCA third party auditor

 Pedagogical methods: 

 RPGs, Discussions, program preparation and checklist, conducting audits in rooms 


 Continuous assessment and final written exam of knowledge. The participants must be present during the course